Stanford's Cameron Wilson made a 30-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win medalist honors by two shots over teammate Patrick Rodgers during the Cardinal's victory Sunday at the Western Intercollegiate.
As he closes in on the first half of his collegiate career, Cody Blick has completed 20 percent of his ultimate goal – as in, two victories down and eight remaining.
Washington’s 2-over 702 total through 36 holes of the Transamerica/WFG Western Intercollegiate is a testament to the Huskies' collective short games. That and mental fortitude.
All eight Cal players shot 73 or better as the Golden Bears took a two-shot lead after the first round of the Transamerica/WFG Western Intercollegiate Saturday in Santa Cruz, Calif.
A bright cobalt letterman’s jacket hangs in the golf office at San Jose State, but only until April each year. Sounds familiar right? This is the jacket the winner receives for the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club.
Arizona State's Noemi Jimenez may not have a victory this season, but five to-five finishes helps boost her resume for the 2014 ANNIKA Award.
South Carolina is proving that the 2013-14 season is the team's breakout season and they are willing to take it the distance in the postseason.
USC added another victory in Athens on April 6 after an unusual trip east to the Liz Murphey Collegiate, a long-running tournament transformed to match play this year in lieu of the 2015 format change for the NCAA Women’s Championship.
As the spring season progresses, Golfweek is monitoring the race for the inaugural Annika Award. An award update will be posted each Friday on Golfweek.com.
Josh Brewer had decided to transform the Liz Murphey Collegiate even before the final word came out last fall that the NCAA Women’s Championship would transition to match play in 2015.
Lately, the annual LSU Classic has become Arkansas’ tournament to win. An eight-shot victory March 22 at the University Club in Baton Rouge, La., was Arkansas’ second consecutive victory there, its third in the past four years and also the third this season.
In college golf, they rarely come as experienced as Greg Robertson, who is leading the charge for Kent State this season.
It took a few months of school and tournament play for Vanderbilt freshman Simin Feng to find her comfort zone, but now with a victory under her belt and the academic load less overwhelming, Feng is a force to be reckoned with.
Arizona epitomizes youth this season in every way. The leading Wildcat scorers are a sophomore transfer and two freshmen. With youth comes the opportunity for a breakout performance.
Duke freshman Yu Liu has quietly risen to the No. 2 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings, most recently propelled by a big victory at the Darius Rucker Invitational.
The Kentucky women's golf team is young on paper, but has enjoyed its best season in years behind the leadership of coach Golda Borst and senior Liz Breed.
Annie Park, Alison Lee, Stephanie Meadow and Mariah Stackhouse atop this week's Annika Award Watch List.
In Big 10 country, considerable stock is placed in the quality of golf that can be created away from the elements. As Ohio State’s indoor facility nears completion, the Buckeyes’ stock is also rising.
An easy way to focus on the process is to forget about the prize waiting at the finish line. Stanford sophomore Mariah Stackhouse has done all throughout this Annika Award race and last week when she won the UC Irvine Invitational for a sponsor's exemption into the LPGA's Kia Classic.
Walt Martin was part of a distinct foursome on the Gulfport (Miss.) High School golf team. It's only part of Martin's intriguing life story, which is heavy in golf and service to his country.